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The remotely controlled combat module designed by Uralvagonzavod (UVZ) for the T-15 infantry fighting vehicle on Armata platform will undergo preliminary trials this year, the annual statement of the enterprise said. "The production of remotely-controlled combat module DUBM-57 (also Kinzhal) is nearing completion. Its automatic 57mm guns were test fired," it said.

New Russian-made multipurpose tracked minelayer vehicle called UMZ-G unveiled at Army-2019, the International Military Technical Forum in Russia. The UMZ-G can be based on T-72 or T-90 main battle chassis without any turret but fitted with 3 rows of 3 multiple payload rotary launchers with fixed elevation mechanisms able to lay anti-personnel, anti-paratrooper or anti-tank mines.

A BT-3F armored personnel carrier (APC) meant for the Russian Armed Forces will be armed with a 30 mm gun, which will replace 7.62mm and 12.7 mm machine-guns, Sergei Abdulov, the chief designer of JSC SKBM, an affiliate of the High-Precision Systems Holding Company, has told TASS.

In the area assigned to the innovations that the organizers want to put forward, two unmanned aerial vehicles are displayed: the Korsar and the Okhotnik (Hunter). Army Recognition already presented the Korsar. Now, just a picture and a few words about the Hunter.

The “Sosna” air defense missile system works on a passive way, which means it doesn’t have any radio frequency emission means, a key asset for concealed operation. The system is intended to protect military units against air attacks and reconnaissance means, and to engage soft-skin ground targets, by day and night, whatever the weather conditions are. The novelty at Army 2019 is that the system is based on a BMP-3 chassis.

The 2S42 Lotos is a new self-propelled mortar system, designed for the Russian airborne and naval infantry units. The vehicle is presented for the first time to the public at Army-2019. According to our first analysis, the 2S42 is based on a BMD airborne tracked chassis but with 7 road wheels.

Army-2019 Forum officially opens its doors on this Tuesday, 25 June, and will end on Sunday, 30 June, in the Patriot exhibition center (Patriot Park) near Kubinka, in the Moscow region. Over 1,500 enterprises are displaying over 27,000 exhibits, according to preliminary estimates. The Russian Western Military District itself is demonstrating over 60 units of arms and hardware at Army-2019 forum, including T-90A and T-80U tanks, the district said. Many more items are displayed on the very wide area.

Rostec State Corporation presents over 1000 pieces of weapons, military and special equipment at the ARMY-2019 forum, which has opened in Kubinka, near Moscow. These include tanks, IFVs, helicopters, UAVs, artillery systems and ammunition, advanced firearms, communications equipment, EW systems and many more.

The UralVagonZavod Research and Production Corporation (UVZ, an affiliate of the Russian State Corporation Rostec) is presenting around 20 pieces of military hardware, including the 2S41 Drok self-propelled mortar and an upgraded T-90MS tank at the Army-2019 International Military Technical Forum, a source at the corporation’s press service told TASS.

The Editorial Team of Army Recognition, the International Online Defense and Security magazine, a subdivision of Army Recognition Group will take part at Army-2019, the International Military Technical Forum (IMTF) and Defense Exhibition which takes place in the Patriotic Park, near Moscow, Russia, from the 25 to 30 June 2019. As Official Media Partner of Army-2019, we will provide Online Show Daily news and Web TV for this event.

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